#1
Not the Pink Floyd song but the one from "Music From the Body". Its a soundtrack Roger worked on with Ron Geesin before Atom Heart Mother. If someone could help me before tomorrow that would be awesome, there is going to be a celebration of Obama's election at my school (college, political biases are ok here) and a sort of open mic thing is supposed to be part of it. Given that its a song about the environment I figured it would be cool to play for the crowd. Its something of an obscure song so I can send it to you if you can't find it. Its a simple song but I'm unfamiliar with the chords.
#2
Corrections are welcome.... :-)

D G
Breathe in the air

E A
Make for the meadow and savour the grass while it lasts

D G
By and by

E A
Spidery fingers of industry reach for the sky

D G
Brick upon brick, stone upon stone they grow

E A
Choking the atmosphere, oh, so incredibly slowly

D G
Sulphur and carbon and hydrogen sulphide and lime

D G
Fever, corrosion, and cover your cities with grime

D G A
Something is killing the land before your eyes

D
And the sunshine

G
Is not to blame

D G
Could be the insane, inhumane games we play

A
Day by day

D
Riddle and fool

E A
Mushrooming home in a crowd, I'm alone

G
Close your eyes, lie still

E A
You are a mountain stream and I am a hill

D G
Far, far away
E A
There is a field of blossom and bees and new mown hay

D G
Breathe in the air
Breathe in the air
Breathe in the air
Breathe in the air